Rios Presidente Hotel
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... them for an hour every weekday morning. This would get them into the practice of sitting still and attending a lesson, and maybe even teach them a little English at the same time. Sarah has plenty of previous teaching experience and was full of enthusiasm for this, so I was quite happy to go along with it and give it a go, especially when somebody else seemed happy to do all of the lesson planning! Along with Scott, a few of the volunteers went down to the pre-school to ...
... game, the boys resembled Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer in Top Gun and the girls looked like locals with Brazilian style bikinis (just kidding!). It was the Pumas vs. the Condors and the match was full of big serves and spectacular sand dives. Chrissy came under friendly fire when a rogue serve of Merryn's missed the net and hit Chrissy's face instead. After a short stint on the bench to ensure there wasn't a concussion, she was back in ...
... sang a hymn - which all added to the atmosphere on the mountain! After we had finished we made our way down on the mini bus to the main entrance -Blanca was right! It was manic down there now - the queue to buy the tickets was right down the road, but the other queue for the mink buses was even longer - whereas we didn't queue at it, now it was probably at least an hours wait! And even then, ALL those people would be at the top in a small ...
... mountains and the sea.
Today we walked on Capacabana in order to feel the atmosphere of Rio. By the way, Capacabana is a little bit similar to the bund in Tel Aviv.
- Today we took a private tour to a slum area (favela). Such areas are located on a thumb of the mountains. Each favela is a closed community. Recently the police is trying to reduce the criminal level there, and to open the favelas to tourists. This is an unique part ...
Takes an hour into the city because of traffic - 30 mins late for walking tour Walking Tour 1) CONFETERIA COLOMBIA 2) HISTORY OF BRAZIL Pedro verdasco (portugeuse)- wanted to go to India, instead got to brazil. Many countries tried to take from portugeuse even Ireland. Imported Slaves from Africa to work in brazil. Portugeuse - gold, gemstones etc and sent back to portugal 1808 Royal family arrived. English people said ...